Any hospitals in SE Michigan that DON'T require twins to be delivered in the OR?
Well, I'm not in MI, but my friend & former client had a waterbirth for her twins in Dayton, OH, at Family Beginnings with Dr. Couch... Crouch, or something like that! Her babies were both head down. At Mt. Carmel/St. Annes, in Cols, OH. they told my dd she had to have her twins in the OR, "just in case" which I thought was reasonable since one twin was transverse, with his back up & face down, the optimal set up for a cord prolapse! She did manage to have them both naturally though. As soon as 1st twin was born, the doc reached up, & grabbed the ankles to deliver the baby breech. I don't think it is unreasonable to deliver in the OR when the babies are not in an optimal position.
check out Providence Hospital. http://www.theabcunit.com/about-us/guidelines-requirements/l